Competition: US & Canada
As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1931–32:
SCOTT, EVELYN: Appointed for the completion of a novel, abroad; tenure, twelve months from April 15, 1932.
Born January 17, 1893, at Clarksville, Tennessee. Education: H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College, New Orleans.
Publications: Precipitations, 1920; The Narrow House, 1921; Narcissus, 1922; Escapade, 1923; The Golden Door, 1924; Migrations, 1927; Ideals, 1927; The Wave, 1929; Winter Alone, 1930; A Calendar of Sin, 1931. Contributor to The American Caravan.
Love, a play, produced by the Provincetown Players, 1921.